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We where only hoping for 50-60 guests but right now we are at 97 guests. And it seems like each week it goes up. Mexicans don't believe in RSVP deadlines. We are going to have our reception partially indoors and outdoors. The cocktail hour will be by the pool outside and then the dinner will be inside and the dancing will be on the top patio. My planner told me we have to get a canopy due to the possibility of rain.
Believe me I know! My FI is Latin so I think we can generally say, Latinos don't believe in RSVP's! Our deadline was May 1st, however this just in this past week alone, our number jumped from 159 to 175!

My question was about the rain. I wanted to see if you were getting the same suggestion. The tent we need to get is sooo pricey and I just want to break down and cry everytime I think about, but I refuse to go indoors. I don't even think that's an option at our resort. Anyhow, we'll just have to suck it in.

Do you mind sharing info about your vendors? My WC is PrisarVallarta and we are hiring Enlace for our band. Let me know if you need any other info!

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Thats a good one, too. But I think I may be leaning towards La Pinche Cruda. What is that recipe you where talking about putting in with yours. Hope you don't mind I'm copying you. Thanks.

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Edna actually provided the correct recipe. I was planning to do the Michelada but she suggested the we do the Clamato con Cerveza.

 

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Michelada is just beer lime, tabasco or viuda, ice and salt and the Clamato con Cerveza, is Salsa Inglesa, Viuda Sauce or Tabasco, Jugo Maggi, lime, salt, clam/tomato juice and Beer!!!!
"Copy" all you want! I don't mind at all. That's why the forum is here!

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I know I am so worried about the rain. But I guess if we get the canopy we will be ok. And I keep thinking as long as it doesn't rain during the ceremony.

I am using Vallarta Weddings as my WC. For catering we are going with Andres Ramos, photography/video I am using Aldo Tovar. I am not sure who they use for flowers or for the cake. Music we are going to use a Trio for the ceremony and a Mariachi for dinner and then use a DJ for the dance. Are you getting transportation for your guests? If so who are you going to use because the prices the WC gave me seem expensive.

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How exciting! I can't wait to see how it all turns out! We are not providing transportation, we just have way too many guests. Plus our WC said that its very difficult to get a bus throught the streets in downtown where the ceremony is at. Also, we settled on Melia because its within walking distance of the Mayan. Most of our guests are staying at Melia.

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In my many searches for stuff for my OOT bags I found door knob hangers that you can personalize that says "Do Not Disturb, Recovering from Jack and Jills wedding." You can have it say whatever you want. I thought that was cute. You could call the bag Wedding survival kit? Not too original but safe :) I personally like the idea of amyh!!

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